Google, which has pledged US$10 billion over the next five years to boost cybersecurity in the United States, said that businesses and governments are at a critical juncture in their cybersecurity efforts.
The company has also vowed to train 100,000 Americans in industries such as IT support and data analytics, as well as learning in-demand skills such as data privacy and security, through the Google Career Certificate program.
Kent Walker, SVP of Global Affairs at Google, said, “Cyber-attacks are increasingly endangering valuable data and critical infrastructure. While we welcome increased measures to reinforce cybersecurity, governments and companies are both facing key challenges.”
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